binary in-situ

In the Post-Pandemic Art World,

an effective exhibition sings
 a
harmonious binary melody;

a visual dialogue between art
 objects
and the spaces they occupy.



The object and the space, are the two 
ultimate components for artists to create.



In the Ice Age, it was the scribbling
on the cave walls contouring animal
and human;
 in the Renaissance it was
the lapis lazuli set
in lime plaster
depicting pagan gods dancing around
the arches, or the battlefields between
two republicans on the ceiling.

Today digital tools are applied to
site-specific art. What has shifted?

Fundamentally, not much, an exhibition space is a field with temporary artworks in-situ.

Artists integrate artworks into (non)urban architectural situations, offer the best-suited artworks for the place, creating new artistic icons, with either physical sensation or encrypted excitement.



TEXT : Hong Yu

In the Post-Pandemic Art World,

an effective exhibition sings
 a
harmonious binary melody;

a visual dialogue between art
 objects
and the spaces they occupy.



The object and the space, are the two 
ultimate components for artists to create.



In the Ice Age, it was the scribbling
on the cave walls contouring animal
and human;
 in the Renaissance it was
the lapis lazuli set
in lime plaster
depicting pagan gods dancing around
the arches, or the battlefields between
two republicans on the ceiling.

Today digital tools are applied to
site-specific art. What has shifted?

Fundamentally, not much, an exhibition space is a field with temporary
artworks in-situ.

Artists integrate artworks into (non)urban architectural situations, offer the best-suited artworks for the place, creating new artistic icons, with either physical sensation or encrypted excitement.

TEXT : Hong Yu